1988 Chevrolet Van G20 High Top Conversion 5.7L 350 Fuel Injected from North America
Needed all wheel bearings replaced.
Tensioner pulley shredded belt.
Speedometer cable squeaks.
Passenger side window doesn't work.
A/C needs charging.
Huge interior, very comfortable for family. Good gas mileage for a vehicle of it's age and mileage (approx. 15 MPG). 100% reliable, took the car on a trip from Buffalo to Orlando, Florida, 3,100 miles total, without a single flaw. Handles beautifully, drives like a dream. We would take this van anywhere, anytime without hesitation. It has replaced our 2003 Chevrolet Venture as our main daily driver.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th May, 2004
10th May 2004, 12:08
You use this vehicle as a daily driver?! No offense, but that presents as one of the most illogical and patently irresponsible decisions on the face of this planet. Beyond the pollution that you're belching out by the *ton* in that vehicle, you're voluntarily paying for fuel in that thing!? At 12mpg in the city!? With a 30+ gallon tank!? So you can run to the mall and the hair salon!?!
Using a vehicle like that for road trips and the like is about the only reasonable use of such a thing. Otherwise, you're just taking up space, costing us our air quality, and supporting our dependence on oil-- Particularly foreign oil; that which so many Americans are supposedly "against". And it's also costing you around $60 bucks or more to fill your tank. Every time.